Fast rising prices continued to plague the US economy last month, though a drop in petrol costs provided some relief.
The annual inflation rate fell to 8.3% in August.
That was down from 8.5% in July, marking the second month of decline.
But the costs of food, housing, and medical care continued to surge, disappointing economists expecting more widespread easing.
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Edited by Jesus Chan
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